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Drum Hill DAR Announces Two Scholarship Recipients

The Drum Hill Scholar Award recognizes and rewards, with a $1,000 scholarship, individuals who possess the qualities of: outstanding academic achievement, dependability, service, leadership, and commitment to patriotism in their homes, schools, and communities. The Scholar Program, which has been in place for over sixty years, has honored students who have gone on to careers as renowned concert pianists, philanthropists, doctors, lawyers and educators.

Drum Hill Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) is proud to announce this year’s recipients are two young men from Wilton High School that both embrace the DAR ideals of: patriotism, historic preservation and education.

Kace Stewart is an Eagle Scout, member of the soccer team and Youth Conservation Corps in Idaho, as well as coordinator of the Socks 4 Vets program at Wilton High School. Kace will be attending the University of Michigan, Ross School of Business, looking to degree in business and how conservation and preservation can be applied to business practices and work.

Dylan Pojano is very active in the performing arts, volunteering and mentoring with Wilton Children’s Theater. Dylan has served as a local society President of the Children of the American Revolution and is currently the State President. Dylan’s state project, “Heartsome Harmony” is raising funds to provide musical instruments to children who would otherwise be unable to afford to play. Dylan will be attending Hofstra University in the fall and plans to pursue a BA in Drama with a minor in Communications.